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PFS For A Browning Broadway

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by perazzimx15, Mar 2, 2012.

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  1. perazzimx15

    perazzimx15 Member

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    Does anyone know if a PFS stock for the new Brownings will fit on the older Brownings Broadway


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  2. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    No it won't. You might be able to fit one, but its going to require a rasp/dremel and some bedding compound/epoxy, but it won't come close to sliding right on.
     
  3. gun1357

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    I have asked this question before and never got an answer. If someone could do it, I would be one of their first customers. It would seem that if some of the hardwoods can be machine inletted, plastic should be possible also. Ron
     
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    I enjoy shooting the PFS on my Perazzi and Krieghoff. I'm sure it would be nice to have one on a Broadway. Ron
     
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    Stocker John Will a make wood a grip for you r Browning that will accept the PFS mechanicals. Give him a call at 503/668-1938 shop or 971/570-6597 cell.

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  6. gun1357

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    Thank you for the info. I will give him a call. Ron
     
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    You'd better be sitting down when you call. Last price I saw listed on here was $1k for a grip only (no comb, you provide the stock).
     
  8. gun1357

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    Sort of makes a modified Citori grip more interesting. Ron
     
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    I just talked to Stocker John in Oregon. He seems interested in giving me what I want and the price isn't that bad. Call him on the cell number, 971-570-6597 and you could be pleasantly surprised. Ron
     
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